UNH Student Engagement and Philanthropy Month

Karina Krul

March 2, 2016

Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

Walking around campus recently you may have noticed the blue and gold bows on various buildings and found yourself wondering why they were there. They were a part of Student Engagement and Philanthropy Month. Throughout the month of February, the University of New Haven participated in the fourth world wide ev...

President’s Corner

James Kielar

February 24, 2016

Filed under University of New Haven, USGA

Hello Chargers! Another wonderful week, no? During these next two weeks, I encourage you all to attend one or both USGA candidate debates. The President and Treasurer candidates will be debating one another on their views of UNH, USGA, and the student body. The first debate will be held on Tuesday,...

Take advantage of the opportunities at your disposal

Samantha Higgins

March 4, 2015

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Clubs, sports, leadership opportunities, on campus employment, research, professors in our fields, trips to the city, concerts—UNH offers us so many amazing opportunities. However, so many students complain about the price we are paying to attend school here. I’ll admit I am drowning in student loans just like the next person, but there is one r...

A First of Many Lasts

Elizabeth Field

August 29, 2012

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

Remember in middle school and high school, when the incoming freshmen would arrive on campus and we would all think to ourselves, “They’re so little!! Were we ever this young??” (Well, I’ve never done this because I’ve been the height of an 8 year old since I turned 12. But I’m trying to...

New Challenges, Opportunities as UNH’s International Student Population Grows

Brandon T. Bisceglia

February 8, 2012

Filed under Campus News and Events, University of New Haven

It took Fahad Almutairi 16 months to learn English well enough before he was ready to go to college in the United States. Almutairi, a 20-year- old native of Saudi Arabia, wanted to earn a bachelor’s degree in fire protection engineering. He looked at several colleges in the U.S. that offered the program, including the University of Maryland. He chose UNH, he said, because it was the best. "Fire protection...

It’s Not Really ALL That Bad

Zack Rosen

April 1, 2010

Filed under Opinion & Editorials

So I don’t really have much to vent about this week...actually, instead, I want to quickly say what great opportunities the University of New Haven actually has! By this time every year, we can look back and see all of the things that we have complained about. Extra students in classes that are supposed to be small, “meh” communication b...

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